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VAUXHALL VIVA Lease

The Vs in Viva could well stand for Value, Vauxhall's city car is priced very competitively. For your money expect a smart looking vehicle inside and out that's cheap to run and has solid saftey features as standard. If that sounds like your perfect new car then get in touch to find out more about Vauxhall Viva leasing.

With a relatively spacious cabin, good mpg figures and plenty of kit available there's loads of reasons to take a closer look at the latest Vauxhall Viva lease deals available now at Leasing Options.

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VAUXHALL VIVA HATCHBACK
1.0 SE 5dr
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
MPG: 63
Personal
inc VAT
£139.38
£155.82
£192.50
Business
exc VAT
£119.14
£132.79
£163.25
VAUXHALL VIVA HATCHBACK
1.0 ecoFLEX SE 5dr
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
MPG: 66
Personal
inc VAT
£140.58
£157.62
£195.55
Business
exc VAT
£120.14
£134.29
£165.80
VAUXHALL VIVA HATCHBACK
1.0 SE 5dr [A/C]
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
MPG: 63
Personal
inc VAT
£147.42
£165.50
£205.37
Business
exc VAT
£125.84
£140.85
£173.98
VAUXHALL VIVA HATCHBACK
1.0 ecoFLEX SE 5dr [A/C]
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
MPG: 66
Personal
inc VAT
£149.40
£168.53
£210.35
Business
exc VAT
£127.49
£143.38
£178.13
VAUXHALL VIVA HATCHBACK
1.0 SL 5dr
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Manual
MPG: 63
Personal
inc VAT
£149.55
£166.52
£205.14
Business
exc VAT
£127.61
£141.70
£173.79
VAUXHALL VIVA HATCHBACK
1.0 SL 5dr Easytronic
Fuel: Petrol
Gearbox: Auto
MPG: 63
Personal
inc VAT
£160.71
£179.23
£217.92
Business
exc VAT
£136.92
£152.30
£184.44

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Review
VAUXHALL VIVA

In a small car market headlining style over substance, the reality is that it’s actually the most practical and affordable models that often sell most strongly. Models like this one, Vauxhall’s VIVA.

VAUXHALL VIVA
VAUXHALL VIVA

Parallels with older Vauxhalls bearing that badge are few but one thing remains the same: you get a lot of car for the money.

It’s about time Vauxhall brought us a really credible super-affordable five-door citycar – and this is it, the VIVA. The name might be familiar, but the car is very much of its time, pitching the Griffin brand into contention in a segment that’s doubled in size in recent years.

On paper, the VIVA seems to tick all these boxes. Its 1. 0-litre ECOTEC petrol engine seems economical enough, there’s modern connectivity for the Facebook generation and a little extra size over the citycar norm means that it ought to be practical too. It’ll need a bit more than that though, to make real headway in such a competitive segment. Does this Vauxhall have what it takes?

Power comes courtesy of a single 75PS 1. 0-litre ECOTEC normally aspirated engine that’s quiet, revvy – and faster than every other entry-level 1. 0-litre petrol rival, making 62mph from rest in 13. 1s. The ride is firm, but supple enough over all but the worst surfaces. There’s quite a lot of noise at speed but bodyroll’s well controlled and the slick gearchange means you can enjoy getting the most from the little three cylinder twin cam engine. In town, a light ‘City’ option on the steering makes parking easy too.

Vauxhall doesn’t need to make this model cutsey and cuddly. If that’s the kind of thing you want from a citycar, then the brand has its endlessly-personalisable ADAM model to suit. Instead, British designer Mark Adams and his team have decided that this VIVA should be a more sensible proposition, though still a very smartly turned-out one in a practically stylish sort of way, with a neat, precise design philosophy that, unlike some rivals, isn’t too gender-specific.

Time to take a seat in the rear. The VIVA’s back seat offers enough room for a six-footer to sit behind a similarly-sized driver.

Ultimately the basics just have to be right for a model in this segment – and here, most of them are. True, this isn’t the most economical or the most spacious citycar you can buy but it does enough in both of these areas to satisfy the needs of most buyers and does so at a price that makes many rivals look needlessly expensive.

Will all of that be enough to allow the brand to carve out a meaningful niche in this segment? Time will tell, but we’d suggest the signs to be promising, Vauxhall having given this VIVA every chance to succeed. They’ve delivered us a contender bearing a British badge with German heritage from an American company in a design that's screwed together in Korea. Proving beyond doubt that even with tiny cars, manufacturers have to think big.

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